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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Marcli 10. Iftll. THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERA LP GOLD DOLLARS FOR 50c SATURDAYr-Thafs the Proposition; in lac :t in some cases a dollars woi ih of goods does not cost more than 40VP5# 100 Prs. CORSETS-High class goods newest spring models, Reg 4 Crt $3,00 to $4.00, Saturday I m%0%3 MEN'S SMOCKS AND OVERALLS Peabody's make. Made f^om betit m�t�riaiB. Big roomy sizes. Regular 11.50 and 11.75. Saturday ........................... ese X WOMEN'S BLACK SATEEN WAISTS Open back or front; good black sateen-, long sleeves. Regular 11.50 each. 7ISi*i Saturday ...............................filB $6.00 RIDING BREECHES $1.85 Made of EJnglish coverts, worsteds, tweeds. Thoroughly tailored garments. Actual value Q|" Saturday Mornlns.............* I m99 The Evely Sales Co. in Charge GOING HE IS CHARGED WITH ABDUCTION I Senators Chosen to Attend Coronation of the King Ottawa, March 10,-The fue senators who will represent the Senate- at the coronation In London ne.xt .lune are Sir MaoKenkle Bowell and Senator Lougheed, Conservatives, and Senators Power,- Watson and Caggraln, Liberals, LARGEST ORDER EVER I PLACED FOR BIBLES New Vorif, .�Jnr,ch fl -Qne hiipdred thousand Bibles have been ordered for peneral disfrihulioii by the Gideons, ' ;is Hic menkbws of .the Christian Tra-\ollers' Associatioji of America, style l.liemselvr.s. The order is said to be the largest ever placed and iv foniiB part of a national.plnn to place j fi Bible in evnry hotel bedroom in ' 1lu' country. .Medicine Hjit. March C-William .M, t:allabun, a nineteen-year-old youth finds himself under lock and key on the serious char.i^e of abduction. The girl in the rasn is his wife, who until last night was Barbara Mack, She was employed in the city as a waitress at the f'osuiopolitan and her father is Fred Mack, Gros Ventre, She is only hetwoon thirteen and fourteen years of age, thou.ah from her appearance one miisbt easily take her to he sevenietii. The wedding ceremony whirl) made tiie ,iuvenile couple man and wife, was performed night liy Rev. A, E. Davis, pastor of St. Baru-alias church, the f;room producing a regnlai'ly drawn marriage certificale which the issuer assured Mr, Davis was all right after the latter had made innulries owing to the youth of the contracting parties. ENGAGE HIM TO SUPERVISE VESSEL WAS ON FIRE THREE DAYS DON'T BE BALD ; NEARLY anyone may SECURE a' SPLENDID growth of hair We have n reniedv :hat ban a record / Towing hair and curing baldneBs in iut of every 100 rases where used' �rding to dtrectlonB f-r a reason-lenglh of lime, 'r^ '� ' � ' a strong statement-it is, and wa ...ot.n It to bo, :,ud no ,-, . doubt it until they have I'Ui our j claims to an actual teat. Wo aro ao oertain Re-xail "93" Hairj Tonic will cure Dandruff. prevent ' hairiness, stimulate tbe scalp .ind hair ! roots, stop falling hair and grow new j hair, that we perflonally give o,ur pos-: Itlve guarantee to refund every penny ,3jald us for it in every Instance where '; ji. does not give entire satisfaction :o  Itba v\ter. Hexall "93" I fair Tonic is as ploas-'jjint to use aa clear spring water, ti as dolightrfully perfumed, and docs not ffi'ease or sruni the hair. Two slr.ea ,50c and $1.00. With our guaiantee back of it, you certainly tstke no risk, i ^old only at our store-The Rexall i tore. The J. V. Hlifiiibotham Co.,! (IJi90lal M^nts. J \'ancoiiver, Marcli 10 -I'he steamer Noana, of tlie Cansiilian ,\ustraHan line from .Vustralia, was on fire in her btnikers for seven days on tln^ voyace iiortli Ti.c ,\i)aii.'i was the last steamer in leave Honolulu before the ciuarantine \\,is declared, half an liour nftf-r hrr Hciiarlure, owing lo a cholera p]>idemic The Noana was n(.l pernntu'd to \i\kv caine to Lethhridge ia couple of years a,go from lielfati, j Ireland, for llie purpose of taking ihe [posiiion of cajiiain on the Lethhridge department, lie has been a fireman practically all liis life. He was first I of all on No 1 s'atlon, but on com)jle-tlon oC So. 2 station he was platted in charge of it and has held down thai job ever since. .A.cting Chief Hardie Will of course take up his (luarters at No. 1 station, and Captain \V, V\\ulds. who has heen at No. 1 sWtion over two years, will probably be offered the captaincy of the North Lelhbrldge or No. 2 station. Al the nieeiing of the committee yesterday afiernoon tenders were also opened for IdOU feet of fire hose, there were four bids and several samples. Finally two samples were o-elected and Acting Chief Mardle's opinion will be asked to recomniend one or oilier of them. English Naval Estimates Provide for Big Constructions London, .March 10.-In with tlie naval estimates which were Ureal F'alls, March !).-When the wind blows so hard that it slO),s a' .train with a strong healthy locomo-l itne iugf,in8 away at it, it is blowing i isome. And yet that is what hapienedi 10 the tram coiniiit; to Greai Falls, jlrom Belt during the wind and rain] 'Btorm 'I'lif.-dav afternoon, according crarame ,lo Andrew Tliisled of the Huh riotli- 's^-^ned last night and which provide jing Company and other passengers, for an increase of $19,000,000, and a jit was proh.iblv the same disiurbance new construction programme, ot five that wreek(-d ihe trestle at Stoekett' first class hattloships (usually known' that afternoon. ! as dreadnoughts) three arn-.oured 'J'hi- incident occurred on the siding cruisers, one unarmoured cruiser, � just this side ot Belt. As the full ,,,entv destroyers, six submarines ..'.'.'.? a'-l "--"case of the personnel of t!ireo hundred men, the naval lord, Mr McKenna, announced on behall of ed cruisers, seven protected and thres unarnioured cruisers, 32 destroyers and twelve submarines. It is pointed out that a considerable amount of the Increase in the estimates is due to increased pay for the betterirmt of the men's condition and lor dockyard construction at Portsmouth and Rosyth. The Conservatives orlticiza the amount devoted to new conattuc-tion as heinf; instiffioiont to do muoh with the present year on new veatels connection ' ^"''^ "^o^'"- ^� '� 8�n�a"y expwted that a heavy new construction pro-which will include eiglit Dreadnoughts, is projected for nasi A LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER'S STORY shivered and then halted for a second ^jiree^'hundr^d' men,"the''uavaT'lord; ! From the lightho.use at Lobster Cove or two. the locomotive gave -ii tew ,, ^ , i. �. Head. Ronne Bav, Newfoundland, Mrs. puffs and .^noris, and then got under M^'^'"""^. announced on behall of Young sends an eJperlence of Zam-full headway again, i admiralty its appreciation of the , ,.hlch should certnliii.v act M a "The irain was al the time" said ^'""^^ "O contribution irom Im-j true beacon li,ht, guiding all suffer- Mr, Thi�ied, "under the protoclion of Portal funds towards the maintenance ers 'r.rr.^^K)n disease Ic .afe harbor a hill at the top of a fill 300 feet deep, J of the Australian naval unit had been jj^g'^^ming ggyg; "j �utfer*d With Had it heen exposed lo the full force' asked for He added that an expros-, jpj. geygn years, and to my of the wind on the ton of such a arade, sion of the cordial thanks of the ad- ' groat deltgbt Zam-Duk has cured me passen.uers miglu have had cause to tear a catastrophe. .Al it was, however, I don't think anyone was seriously concerned. The train has to clinih a heavy grade al this point, and Ihis fact combined with the terrific hlasi of wind in front is what proh-ahly stopped it altogether," BUBONIC PLAGUE EPIDEMIC Ainoy,. f'!>iiia. .March 0.-\ severe I niilnjiiic (if bu'ionic plague is report-I .1 at S'oUho village, of the interior -ho V I';-� Side oE l.'ind Kiand. fifty 'r,.'' -i from Amoy. Siokhe is the seat of the ij.isFlon station of the bo.nrd of foreign missions, of the Reformed i'liurches in .'\nierica. DR. JOvVETT VISITS THE KING London. .March R.-Rev, Dr, John Henry ,l(i'.v tt of Carrs Lane Congregation il cliurch, who has accepted a call lo ih.i imsiiirate of Ihe Fifth Ave. i'l esb,'. ier i!n cl.iirch in .New York, has Decn si'Ccially summoned to n.icl.ln.t: ham Palai-e for a farewell dinner will: l\lnfi' Gt-or?;e and Queen .Mary this evonliig Maiies I he Hair Beautiful ' rovnl navy, for advice as to the best EXPENSIVE ^BARBE^RINC.^^^^^^^ - of organizing their nava, Spokane, .March 0.-Tonsorial at-eutio-ia rendered to. George .lohnaon * Reference was also made to the and two Swedish friends in the -N'a-, completion of the purchase of iioiinl barber shop, on .Main 'ivcnuo. Xjnhe and Rainbow by the Canadian yes:e!(l.i;, cost ?l7.l)ii, according t . m 1/ . i . . � Buk all thai was claimed for it, and, fice Rcg.nald McKenna s statenwnt, ^.^j,;,, ^ ^.^^y short time it worked a shows that a oomprornises has been complete cure in my case." reached between the insistent Rndi- -Not only for eczema, but for ulcers, cal deniands for naval economy and abuecsses, varl-cose veins, bad leg. ,. ,. ., ... , , poisoned wounds, cuts, cold sorM. Ihe adrr^iralty authorities According ^^^^^^^ p,^^^^^ pU^^^ ringworm, chu: to this, by April 1 the Battleship ^jen's eruptions, burns, acalda. and Neptune, the armoured cruiser Inde- all akin injuries and diseases, Zam-fati,!,ablL-, and five protected crutscrs R�fe will be found unequalled. All will be available for .setvie. �^'e ^J-^fr^ffrXlaL^U^ the ve6.sels under construction will, q^^^ l^or price. Refuse lisraiful auk-iadude ten battleships, tlirea armour ' ititUtM �a4 tmltSttOBl. I mtralty board had heen conveyed to The disease started on my breast, and the Commonwealth for the additional spread until R extended over my relief thus i^iven the Imperial naval '^�^.'^, "^'^^ Itching and burning-es-,,, , -,, r- r . peclally when the affected pans were ^otes Mr Mcr^en^n referred to the ^..-ra-ww terrible; and yet when securing by the Commonwealth gov-, the erup'lon was scr,itched or rubbed, eri.meiit on the estahlislinr�nt of their I It turned to bad sores, and caused i' na^al force of Admiral Sir H, Hen- P"""'^ Pa'"- ' went to a doctor, and .^^^